HUSD board votes to transition to hybrid learning model

Children can participate in the hybrid model of learning at the Hamilton and Cottonwood schools in Anza and Aguanga.  Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
The Hemet Unified School District’s governing board approved the staff’s recommendation of beginning the transition to a hybrid learning model at their meeting Tuesday, March 9.HUSD’s COVID-19 Safety Plan was submitted Wednesday, March 10, to the Riverside County Department of Public Health and California’s Safe Schools for All. The district said it anticipated that its plan will be approved by the county and the state before Monday, March 29.A hybrid learning model is where a portion of face-to-face instruction and learning activity is replaced by web-based online learning. An online course is one in which all instruction and learning activities occur online.The hybrid learning reopening dates are Monday, March 29: preschool, transitional kindergarten through second gr
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